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Localmotion3668 Wednesday, April 6th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Marker Setup: Tippmann A-5 with CMI quiet flight 14", Custom Modified Shotgun Sling
Strengths: Holds everything you need, and its inexpensive
Weaknesses: Only 1 zipper on each compartment
Review: If you're looking for something to lug all your gear around in, this is the best case for the price. The other alternative would be a backpack, which doesn't do too bad. I saw this bag at Walmart for $12 on sale, and grabbed it. It carries all my gear (I have alot): 16oz, 9oz, Tippmann A-5, stock barrel, 14" barrel, hopper, towel, gloves, oil & lube, 2 pods , and you can get a bag of paint in with your marker. The bag has 4 compartments total.

Main Compartment: Holds my gun, hopper, barrel, and a bag of paint

Medium Compartment: Holds my 9oz., 2 pods, gloves, towel, etc.

Small Velcro Compartment: Holds my 16oz and Owners Manual

Small Zippered Compartment: Holds my O-rings, lube, and oil
Conclusion: For the price, you can't beat this case.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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